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    They chew on everything!
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    GeauxTigersLSU1981 posted:
    My two 2 year old chew on everything from their toys to shoes to the corner of the wall. Anything that they can get into their mouth the will chew on it. It's very frustrating. Is anyone else having this problem or know how I can get them to stop. I'm afraid they are gonna ruin the enamel on their teeth.
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    helpthebaby responded:
    what worked for me was getting them a toothbrush i got one that had rubber all around and they stuck to that for a while and when they got over the phase the just dropped the tooth brush (KEEP IT CLEAN )


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